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# 8  
Old 06-24-2002
This is the content of my bin! THis is why find is not in there!

But is there the possibility that someone could send me the 'find' file and that I could execute it in my home dir with

. find [options]

Thank you for the help!


bash*
bc*
bzip2*
cat*
chmod*
clear*
cp*
date*
ddate*
dircolors*
echo*
egrep*
false*
fetchmail*
fgrep*
finger*
ftp*
gawk*
gpg*
gpgv*
grep*
gunzip*
gzip*
head*
hostname*
htpasswd*
id*
joe*
less*
links*
ls*
lynx*
mc*
mcedit*
md5sum*
mkdir*
more*
mutt*
mutt_dotlock*
mv*
mysql*
mysqldump*
mysqlshow*
noshell*
passwd*
pgp@
pgpewrap*
pgpring*
pico*
pine*
pomoc*
ps*
pwd*
rar*
rm*
rmdir*
rvim@
scp*
sed*
sleep*
sort*
tail*
talk*
tar*
touch*
tr*
true*
tty*
uniq*
unrar*
unzip*
vacation.pl*
vi@
vim@
w@
wc*
who*
zip*
# 9  
Old 06-24-2002
What OS version are you running???

I think we need to take a BIG step backwards.

It appears that you are either running an old version of UNIX OS or you have a stripped down version.

Please show us what version of the UNIX OS you are running, that should help a great deal.

I believe that your "problem" lies with the OS version, not having the latest version could be the reason you dont have all the commands. Although it must be a rather old version of UNIX for this to be the case. Someone else in my office has a few boxes that don't have several commands because their OS is 10 years old, a version of BSD.





# 10  
Old 06-24-2002
It may be something quirky - i..e the commands are stored somewhere else. I was going to suggest using 'find' to locate them....but that won't help! You shuold have a around for these at some other location.... then add that location to your path.

They may of course not be there...either as KM has suggested an older or different version - or because some fool deleted them!
 

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